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The image of the digital future of society through the prism of the pandemic

Bylieva Dar'ya Sergeevna

PhD in Politics

Docent, the department of Social Sciences, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University

195251, Russia, g. Saint Petersburg, ul. Politekhnicheskaya, 29

newneverland@mail.ru
Lobatyuk Victoria Valerevna

PhD in Sociology

Docent, the department of Social Sciences, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University

195251, Russia, g. Saint Petersburg, ul. Politekhnicheskaya, 29

vlobatyuk@yandex.ru

DOI:

10.25136/2409-8728.2021.2.35169

Review date:

28-02-2021


Publish date:

07-03-2021


Abstract: The Covid19 pandemic turned out to be a challenge that forced civilization to demonstrate how modern technologies are able to protect human biological vulnerability. Considered by the authors as the main object of research, digital technologies have taken on a huge burden of maintaining public relations and processes. The analysis of social processes and cases made in the article revealed the main trends, opportunities and dangers. The threat to existence has accelerated the process of digitalization many times, leaving virtually no options for dissenters, forced to expand the use of existing information and communication technologies, accelerate the creation of new ones. Constant presence on the web becomes an absolute psychological and in many cases an objective necessity. For many organizations, the choice was between ceasing to exist or going digital. Humanity has largely been prepared for the "digitalization" of its existence from the point of view of technological solutions, and to a much lesser extent from the point of view of psychological and social. The article identifies three main functions of information and communication technologies that united people during the pandemic: information/infodemia, digitalization of activities and control. Information and communication technologies set the agenda, enable a person to work, study, have fun, and communicate. Physical connections between people are being replaced by digital ones. The information circulating in the system can both contribute to the harmonious interaction of people, and poison and infect the most vulnerable parts of society. A variety of digital solutions from centralized total control to self-regulation based on mobile information, adopted in different countries to control and prevent the spread of the virus, demonstrate options for possible management of the emerging bioinformatic system.


Keywords: technologies, information, digital control, bioinformatics system, information and communication technologies, coronovirus, pandemic, digitalization, Covid19, infodemia
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